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Speed Up Your Data Traffic With A Wi-fi Connection

Speed Up Your Data Traffic With A Wi-fi Connection

Does your computer make use of a Wi-Fi connection and do you use this connection to move large files, like videos, to an external storage device?

If this is the case, I have a tip for you to speed up this process.

How To Speed Up Your Data Traffic?

  1. Open your computers Control Panel
  2. Click on Programs and Features
  3. Click in the left panel on Turn Windows features on or off
  4. Uncheck the Remote Differential Compression option

speed up data traffic over wifiThis is a Windows component that compresses data traffic and therefore slows it down. The function is intended to minimize the amount of data sent across your network

By switching of the so-called Remote Differential Compression (RDC) in Windows you can accelerate moving large files over Wi-Fi.

Rebekka Deforce

 

 

Rebekka Deforce
Rebekka Deforce is the owner of magicmediaforce.com. Working over 14 years in the audiovisual sector and developed a great passion for internet marketing, she now helps on- and offline businesses to get magnificent conversion results through video marketing and YouTube marketing. She also loves to help people with the technical aspect of the video production process.

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2 thoughts on “Speed Up Your Data Traffic With A Wi-fi Connection


By Ingrid on 5 April 2016

I can’t believe I didn’t notice this before on your great website! Thanks for the advice!


By Rebekka Deforce on 9 February 2017

Thanks you Ingrid 🙂

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